Suppose you consider yourself a true music fan. In that case, you probably have a massive amount of content about your favorite bands and artists and information related to them on your computer. The truth is that with the accumulation of this data, it is not easy to organize them, and that is why we want to propose a platform that will undoubtedly give you a hand, as is the case of Jaikoz Audio Tagger, which we will call from now on simply Jaikoz.
Jaikoz is a paid application with a trial version, which will facilitate the whole process of saving the information of your most important music files, making not only the annotations you want but also being able to edit them later when you consider it necessary. This is vital, especially in cases where you want to access a particular track or file later on without wasting so much time.
How it works
Not only that, but thanks to Jaikoz, you will not need to bother or waste a considerable amount of time adding the different music tags with information about those songs, albums, or concerts, but the system itself will give you a hand. How? By drawing on the incredible database of MusicBrainz, an online service with information on more than six million tracks from all over the world.
Of course, you're probably wondering how Jaikoz can distinguish which information in this database corresponds to each of your songs. Well, it uses an internal system called MusicIP, which can detect which song is playing and download all the related data. Thanks to this same method, you will also be able to search the tracks with this identifier, and not only using their metadata.
And what kind of information can I add to my songs thanks to Jaikoz? Well, here we could say whatever you want. Still, if we are talking about the potential of this tool, we will have to stop at elements such as data about the song's author, the music's interpreter, the album to which it belongs, its cover, the year of release, etc.
On the other hand, we know that whenever we talk about programs that use audio files, many users begin to have headaches related to compatibility since it is not always absolute. In the case of Jaikoz, we must say that we have had almost no problems in this regard since it can work with the main formats, among which are, for example, M4A, FLAC, MP4, OGG, and MP3. As you can see, its support in no case will be a drawback.
The user interface of Jaikoz has pleased us a lot, considering that it is fully translated into Spanish, saving us the hassle of handling English. But also its design is very well done, being attractive and functional to the eye. If we add that the organization of the contents is neither more nor less than usual, then we are in the presence of an intuitive environment.
Keep in mind
As we said at the beginning of the review, Jaikoz is not a free application but a paid one that requires us to invest in continuing to use it since it has marked limitations in this free edition. In fact, not only will you not be able to use it for more than 20 days, but you will also not be able to modify more than 20 files. As you can see, this is a somewhat strict evaluation.
Jaikoz has many positive features, among which we can mention that all the changes we make or information we add can be undone or modified later or that it can complete the metadata on its own without needing us to do it manually. We also liked that it supports most of today's standard audio formats.
Among the many virtues of Jaikoz, there had to be some flaws. In particular, we will stay with those we consider most important, apart from the fact that it is a paid program. The first one concerns memory consumption, which can be noticeable, especially on computers that are not overpowered. And secondly, unfortunately, the Help section is not translated into Spanish.
Beyond these last criticisms, we have absolutely no doubt that Jaikoz is one of the best programs you can install on your PC if you want to fill in the metadata of all your music files. Although it is paid, sometimes investing some money is worth it; in this case, we are sure of it.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is Jaikoz downloadable for Windows 10?
- Yes, this software can be downloaded and is compatible with Windows 10.
- What operating systems is it compatible with?
- This software is compatible with the following 32-bit Windows operating systems:
Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000.
Here you can download the 32-bit version of Jaikoz.
As for Windows 64-bit, this software is compatible with:
Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit.
Here you can download the 64-bit version of Jaikoz.
- Is it compatible with 64-bit operating systems?
- Yes, it is compatible with Windows 64-bit, in the following link you can download the 64-bit version.
- What files do I need to download to install this software on my Windows PC?
- To install Jaikoz on your PC, you have to download the jaikoz-windows.zip file to your Windows and install it.
The jaikoz-windows.zip file is compressed, so you can download 7-zip and unzip the file.
If you want to install the 64-bit version, you will need to download the jaikoz-windows64.zip file and install it on your Windows.
The jaikoz-windows64.zip file is a compressed file and you need to decompress it. We recommend you download 7-zip to unzip the file.
- Is Jaikoz free?
- No, you need to pay to use this program. However, you will be able to download the demo version to try it out and see if you like it.
- Are there alternatives and programs similar to Jaikoz?
- Yes, here you can see similar programs and alternatives.
- Jaikoz home
- Operating Systems
- Windows 11
- Windows 10
- Windows 8
- Windows 7
- Windows 2003
- Windows Vista
- Windows XP
- Windows 2000
- Windows 8 64-bit
- Windows 7 64-bit